Favoritism – Teachers’ Role Redefined: Playing Favorites Be Constructive or Destructive?

Favoritism – Teachers’ Role Redefined: Playing Favorites Be Constructive or Destructive?

Favoritism is amongst the most sensitive topics in educational institutions. Indeed, is a fact of life. Teachers as well as students tend to be biased in countless aspects. Oh yes, we are! Remember, those student evaluation forms when you as a student were required to fill out those evaluation forms...

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Favoritism – Teachers’ Role Redefined: Playing Favorites Be Constructive or Destructive?

Favoritism is amongst the most sensitive topics in educational institutions. Indeed, is a fact of life. Teachers as well as students tend to be biased in countless aspects. Oh yes, we are! Remember, those student evaluation forms when you as a student were required to fill out those evaluation forms...

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Israel attacks Hamas bases in Gaza in response to explosions

Israel attacks Hamas bases in Gaza in response to explosions

After the detonation of several explosive charges on the border with Gaza, tanks of the Israeli army responded by firing at Palestinian group infrastructures, with no injuries reported. Tanks next to the Gaza Strip at the end of last February. The assault took place on Thursday (03.15.2018) in the early...

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Giant Cookie Ice-Cream

Giant Cookie Ice-Cream

Ingredients: for 8 servings 2 cups (440 g) brown sugar 2 cups (400 g) white sugar 2 cups (460 g) butter, melted 4 whole eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 5 cups (625 g) flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 4 cups (700 g) semi-sweet chocolate chip 5 cups...

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Stephen Hawking: life in images of a man who sought the theory to describe the Universe

Stephen Hawking: life in images of a man who sought the theory to describe the Universe

The renowned physicist who fought for decades with neuronal motor disease died Wednesday at age 76, leaving behind a series of memories that made him an iconic character of science.   Stephen Hawking, who was born in 1942, studied physics at the University of Oxford and later enrolled at Cambridge...

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UK Asian 20th Film Fest Awards Pakistani Superstar: Mahira Khan

UK Asian 20th Film Fest Awards Pakistani Superstar: Mahira Khan

Mahira Khan is currently in London to attend the UK Asian Film Festival. The event commenced yesterday and will continue till March 25th. The Verna actor was presented the Contribution to Film and Activism Award at the opening ceremony last night. The starlet was also spotted at the London premiere...

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Will Russia, the United States and international powers in conflict end in a direct war in Syria?

Will Russia, the United States and international powers in conflict end in a direct war in Syria?

Like all conflicts that apparently have no end, the struggle in Syria has been divided into several mini-wars. The original confrontation between the Syrian government and those trying to overthrow it is now practically irrelevant, with the position of President Bashar al-Assad radically diminished but basically uncontested, while the rebel...

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Hazards of Fidgeting with Fidget Spinners – Beware!

Hazards of Fidgeting with Fidget Spinners – Beware!

Fidget spinners have become a worldwide playground craze, because they are known to relieve stress and have actually proven to be effective. However, it is important to know that some of the cult toys can also cause grave injuries to children, according to a new EU research report on dangerous...

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7 decisive factors that made Vladimir Putin the most powerful man in Russia

7 decisive factors that made Vladimir Putin the most powerful man in Russia

President Vladimir Putin seems to have convinced the Russians that it is indispensable and irreplaceable. In the words of his deputy chief of staff, Vladimir Ostrovenko, “if there is no Putin there is no Russia”. But how did the dolphin of Boris Yeltsin (the Russian leader after the fall of...

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Chocolate Therapy and Its Healing Powers!

Chocolate Therapy and Its Healing Powers!

All you chocolate fanatics, if you’re looking for an excuse to devour that bar of chocolate calling your name, then look no further as you may rest assured; a new study suggests eating chocolate at least once a week may ultimately boost cognitive function. It welcomes a host of benefits....

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